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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: VOTING
2017 Geography and voting: the growth of urban opposition in South Africa two decades after democratisation
The results of the 2016 local government elections in South Africa provided a new opportunity to assess voting trends and to explore the syn...
2016 Geography and voting: the growth of urban opposition two decades after South African democratisation
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In late 2013, the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) tasked the HSRC with conducting two representative studies related to the 2014 nati...
As the nation celebrates the successful completion of the fifth national and provincial elections, it is important to reflect on how South A...